Last week Psych Night and Vans South Africa announced their third and final instalment of artists to the Endless Daze 2018 line-up.
A Place To Bury Strangers is synonymous with blistering “wall-of-sound” live performances and stage effects that are sure to leave us in awe like previous headliners have done.
After continuous hard work, the festival organisers have managed to close the bill at a very healthy-looking 28 acts performing over two days and nights. This year’s lineup shows a growth in musical assortment; eloquently bringing together sounds of Africa, Europe and America; and settling it under the umbrella of alternative and psychedelic rock. Some standout local acts include: Medicine Boy, Kidofdoom, The Brother Moves On, Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys, Msaki, Diamond Thug, Morena Leraba, Ex Olympic and Runaway Nuns.
Limited to a cosy 2500 person capacity, and set right by the sea; Endless Daze is a dream for live music lovers. There has been a lot of energy poured into making this year’s festival a more refined experience of what has made it so special in the past. Attendees can expect more amenities, luxury camping options, top quality food curated by The Neighbourgoods Market, cold tap beer from Newlands Spring Brewery, delicious Sugarbird Fynbos Gin, Black Douglas Whiskey with Jägermeisterand Red Bull making sure the fun times go on; and for the indulged reveller, freshly brewed coffee from Flatmountain Roasters will be available.
The Beach Co-op has also partnered with the festival to drive toward a greater level of environmental consciousness. The organisation will be running various initiatives at the festival and leading up to it: namely the Endless Daze Moullie Point Beach Clean Up happening on 23 September in coordination with the worldwide beach clean up month.
With the biggest and most diverse line-up to date, the scene is set for Endless Daze 2018 to be the most exciting episode of the festival’s career.